Ellen K. Edeburn Ed.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Michael D. Eisner College of Education, (PK-12) Doctoral Advisor and Core Faculty in Educational Leadership, and (PK-12) Graduate Coordinator (Educational Administration) in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policies Studies at California State University, Northridge.
Ellen K. Edeburn teaches graduate-level courses in the Master’s Degree in Educational Administration/Preliminary Administrative Services Credential program and doctoral-level courses in the (PK-12) Ed.D. Educational Leadership program.
Major Research Interests: The relationship and intersectionality of racially minoritized students and their school learning environment. This includes (1) the contextualization of school structure, school culture, educator agency and school leadership; and (2) educational justice and anti-racist pedagogy within the P-20 learning environment.
Prior to her appointment as Assistant Professor, Dr. Edeburn served more than 20 years in public education (as a high school teacher, middle school principal, and central office director of curriculum and instruction).
- Ed.D. 2011, California State University, Northridge
- M.A. 2003, California State University, Northridge
- B.A. 1978, State University of New York
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